Tras una complicada victoria de visita por 2-0 ante el Osasuna, el Barcelona ha cerrado la brecha de puntos con el Atlético de Madrid, a la espera del resultado del Derby de Madrid. Tras el partido, Ronald Koeman, Ilaix Moriba y Óscar Mingueza hablaron con la prensa.
Image courtesy: Diario AS English It certainly looks like a happy-go-lucky week for FC Barcelona if they get the win against Osasuna tonight. The Catalonians have reformed themselves back by securing their place in the Copa Del Rey final with a stunning comeback against Sevilla this week. And, as far as the league table is concerned, it only shows signs of heating up. Koeman & his team fly to Pamplona this weekend to face Osasuna with the willingness to secure those three points which are adamantly crucial for their LaLiga campaign. With the official squad list out, Piqué has been left out of the squad with Araújo who still has some issues with his left ankle. Considering the problems at the back, a
Barca with a 2-0 victory over Sevilla at the Ramón Sánchez last week. (Image credits: Olympic Channel) Koeman experimented with a confident lineup last week which helped us beat Sevilla in the LaLiga, thus inciting hopes for a comeback from a 2-0 deficit tonight in the Copa Del Rey semi-finals. Here’s what you can expect from the team tonight: To be completely blatant about tonight’s fixture, the odds of course lie in Sevilla’s favour before the kickoff whistle blows. With FC Barcelona looking forward to mending a 2 goal deficit, it’ll be interesting to see how Koeman puts forward a lineup that will favour the Blaugrana goals & also keep them super solid at the back. The last week the dutchman